The research team of the project NanoReproTox welcomes the scientific community and the general public to attend the webinar Tools for assessing the impacts of contamination in the reproduction of marine organisms.
On 1st October 2020, the H2020 project MISSION ATLANTIC, coordinated by EuroMarine member organisation DTU Aqua, will officially start. The project has an overarching aim to map and assess the present as well as potential future states of Atlantic marine ecosystems under multiple stressors. The project is financed under the EU H2020 flagship on the Atlantic Ocean and will run from 2020 until 2025.
This virtual session will explore opportunities and challenges and discuss best practices to deliver co-designed, solution-oriented research that will lead to transformative Decade Actions with long-lasting benefits to the ocean and society.
The session will be organised in two parts:
• Part 1 - What is co-designed, solution-oriented research in the context of the Ocean Decade?
• Part 2 – How can we foster co-design co-production and co-delivery in ocean research during the Ocean Decade?
The Surface Ocean - Lower Atmosphere Study (SOLAS) project is an international research initiative aiming to understand the key biogeochemical-physical interactions and feedbacks between the ocean and atmosphere. With members and projects across the world's oceans, the SOLAS scientific community is composed of scientists from many disciplines, such as oceanography, ecology, biogeochemistry, physics, chemistry, and atmospheric sciences.
In celebration of World Oceans Day, 8 June 2020 at 17:30 CEST, JPI Oceans will host a special Facebook live session focusing on the impacts of microplastics in the oceanic environment.
The session will be hosted on the JPI Oceans Facebook page. No event registration is needed. Questions are welcome and encouraged for the live Q&A. Questions can only be submitted during the event in written form, in the comments under the Facebook live post.
The objective of the session is to bring private bodies responsible for the offshore renewables industry together with public authorities to begin a conversation on barriers to a more integrated approach to ocean observation and how to overcome them.
To register for this webinar, please follow the link above.
JPI Oceans has announced that on 8 April 2020 they will be holding a stakeholder consultation forum to solicit feedback, engagement and discussions on their draft Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA), a revision of the SRIA 2015-2020.
Brown Bag Lunches are informal informative events held over lunch (to be provided) where a scientific expert provides a short and provocative view on a specific policy topic, followed by an open discussion with the participants. This event, hosted by the European Marine Board, will feature Prof. Hilary Kennedy of Bangor University delivering the address. Prof.
The MERCES project (Marine ecosystem Restoration in Changing European Seas) will be holding its third webinar on ‘Ecosystem Restoration in Deep Waters’ at 15.00h ECT (Paris) on Thursday 27 June 2019.
This webinar will cover: